In NC Heikin's film KIMJONGILIA, about North Korea's deplorable human rights
record, concert pianist Kim Cheol-Woong describes the intense oppression within
his home country, where listening to forbidden "capitalist" music can result
in imprisonment in a labor camp.
Despite being from the elite class, pianist Kim Cheol-Woong was reported and
punished for playing Richard Clayderman's well-known title "A Comme Amour"
(L for Love) for his girlfriend and as a result, chose to escape North Korea.